Kendrick Lamar Attempts To Karaoke Eminem, Jay Z & 50 Cent on XXL (Video)

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For those of us who have had those moments after a cocktail or two in which we’ve gotten the gusto to step up to an empty microphone in front of a cohort of friends and other intoxicated strangers to belt out our favorite tune, this is for you.

Despite the fact that Kendrick Lamar is stone cold sober, the Top Dawg Entertainment flagship member hops onto the mic at XXL Magazine and reminds us why karaoke is so great with knee bobbing “Candy Shop” dance moves and surprisingly slightly awkward lyricism by taking on some of Hip-Hop’s classic tunes, including Eminem’s “My Name Is,” Jay Z’s “Big Pimpin’,” and 50 Cent’s “In Da Club.” Catch these verses before K. Dot gets caught by his team.

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